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Star Trek Online 3D ship printing available now, starts at $200 USD

Star Trek Online 3D ship printing is now available to Starfleet, Klingon and Romulan Captains, starting at $200 USD.

Pricing does depend on the size of ship printed alongside customisation options, with Perfect World confirming that the ships “can be delivered almost anywhere around the world”.

Specifically, shipping is available to North America, the European Union, Australia, Brazil and “several other countries,” Perfect World detailed.

Base pricing is as follows:

  • Collectible Version – $350 USD: Captains can commission one of the company’s master artists to hand-paint a premium, full-colored resin model of their starship, which includes detailed shading. Exceptional artistry and focus is placed on each individual ship.
  • Single Colour Version – $225 USD: Players can order a 3D-printed model of their starship, painted in either gold, silver, bronze or black. The model is polished, finished and ready for display.
  • Primer Version – $200 USD: Model painters and hobbyists can order a primed model of their favorite starship, coated in a base layer of primer and ready to be painted.

The feature was announced last month and is a combination of a partnership between Cryptic, Perfect World and Mixed Dimensions. An FAQ can be found here.

If you’re keen to see what your favourite starship will cost you, you can head here to check it out. I’m personally thinking about printing Star Trek: Online‘s Odyssey-class starship, of which the USS Enterprise-F is a part of.

Star Trek: Online is currently available on Windows PC, Mac, Xbox One and PS4.

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